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This is our reproduction knife known in Udaipur as the "Fatehshahi" made by George Gibbs, the gun maker for Maharaja Fateh Singh of Udaipur. He distributed these fine pieces amongst his chiefs circa 1890.
Elongate and graceful hand forged Damascus blade is subtly curved and adorned with an elegant gold inlaid design that wraps around a genuine buffalo horn handle polished to a glossy shine. All of our knives are completely handmade so no two are alike and patterns will vary slightly.
Just a reminder ALL of our Damascus steel knives are hand forged to final shape, then the cutting edge only is ground sharp on an emery wheel. Most of the inexpensive "Damascus" knives on the market today are ground down to shape from a machine-forged billet and are of vastly inferior quality and performance.